Ravens EDGE Yannick Ngakoue (thigh) is inactive for today's regular-season finale against the Bengals. CB Marlon Humphrey, CB Marcus Peters and DE Calais Campbell, though, are all active after entering the day questionable.
Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey (knee, shoulder), DE/OLB Yannick Ngakoue (thigh), CB Marcus Peters (calf) and DE Calais Campbell (calf) are questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals. Humphrey, Peters and Campbell all finished the week with full practices, so we'd guess they'll be ready to play. Ngakoue, on the other hand, missed practice all week. There may be coaching decisions involved with playoffs starting next week, but Baltimore has not yet clinched their spot. We'll check on all statuses before the game Sunday.
Ravens CB Marcus Peters (calf) is inactive for today's game against the Giants. With CB Jimmy Smith also out, it looks like Anthony Averett and Tramon Williams joining Marlon Humphrey as Baltimore's top 3 corners. The situation adds upside to Giants WR Darius Slayton, who has seen 17 targets over the past 2 weeks and sits at his cheapest DraftKings price of the season. Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) is active. He finished the week with his 1st full practice since suffering his calf injury way back in Week 9. So Campbell should be in for more playing time than he has seen the past 2 games following his return. That makes him an IDP lineup candidate for the 1st time in a while and stands as bad news for the Giants' run game.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) and CB Marcus Peters (calf) are inactive for today's game against the Jaguars. Campbell's absence enhances the rushing matchup for Jacksonville RB James Robinson. A secondary missing Peters and CB Jimmy Smith helps the matchup for Jaguars WRs as well.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. He has seen his snaps limited each of the past 2 weeks since returning from the injury, though the share did increase last week. Campbell played just 40% of the snaps against the Browns, though, and tallied only an assist. He then missed 2 days of practice and put in just a limited Friday. Campbell is likely to play, but he's not a safe bet for IDP production. Ravens CB Marcus Peters (calf) is also questionable. He missed practice all week and looks risky.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) is active for tonight's game against the Browns. He didn't participate in practice this week, though, and looks like a risk to play near his normal snap share.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) is questionable for Monday night's game against the Browns. Campbell returned to action in Week 13 after 3 games down between the calf injury and a stint on the COVID list, but he played just 29% of the snaps and then missed practice all week. Avoid Campbell for IDP lineups this week.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell, S Chuck Clark, S DeShon Elliott and OLB Jaylon Ferguson are all active for tonight's game against the Cowboys. All 4 entered the day questionable but are available for IDP use.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) and S Chuck Clark (knee) are questionable for Tuesday's game against the Cowboys. Clark missed practice Thursday, Friday and Saturday and doesn't look like a good bet to play. Campbell just came off the COVID list Saturday and put in a limited workout. He hasn't played since leaving early in Week 9 with the calf injury, so there's certainly risk to him -- even if he plays. We'll keep an eye on his status leading up to the game.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) and NT Brandon Williams (ankle) are doubtful for Sunday's game against the Titans. Campbell is the defense's top-graded lineman in run defense, according to Pro Football Focus. Williams rates poorly in that area, but losing your starting NT isn't likely to help your run D. The pair of injuries improves the matchup for Titans RB Derrick Henry.
The calf strain that knocked Ravens DE Calais Campbell out of Sunday's game "will likely caust him to miss multiple weeks," according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Campbell will reportedly have further tests to determine the severity, and the injury "does not sound long term." But you'll at least need to line up a Week 10 replacement for your IDP lineup. Campbell's snaps got spread around after he left the Colts game. DE Derek Wolfe might have been the greatest beneficiary, playing a season-high 75% of the snaps. He didn't see much boost on the stat sheet, though, with just 3 tackles, no tackles for loss and 0 QB hits.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell left in the 1st quarter of today's game against the Colts with a calf injury. He's questionable to return.
The Jaguars on Saturday traded DE Calais Campbell to the Ravens for a 5th-round pick. It's obviously a salary-cap move by Jacksonville, but one bound to negatively impact the pass rush. Campbell spent the past 3 seasons with the Jaguars and helped the team finish 2 of those among the league's top 7 in sacks. Campbell posted the 2 largest sack totals of his career (14.5 and 10.5) in 2017 and 2018 before falling back to 6.5 last season. But his 25 QB hits in 2019 marked the 2nd most of his career, behind only the 30 of his first Jacksonville campaign. Campbell heads into his age-34 season this fall but should help a Baltimore pass rush that ranked just 21st in sacks and 27th in Pro Football Focus pass-rushing grade in 2019.
Jaguars DE Calais Campbell (ankle) is active for today's game against the Texans. Campbell managed limited practices Thursday and Friday and reportedly told NFL Network's James Palmer after warmups that he's "good to go." We'd go ahead and use him in IDP lineups in nearly all cases for a high-upside matchup.
Jaguars DE Calais Campbell is questionable for Sunday's game against the Texans. Jacksonville lists him with an ankle injury, which he played through in Week 6. Campbell came away from that game with a new rib injury. Whatever the main ailment, he did put in limited practices Thursday and Friday after sitting out Wednesday. We'll check his status Sunday morning.
The Jaguars have added DL Calais Campbell to the injury report, listing him as questionable against the Patriots with a knee issue. We'll check on his status when the inactives come out later this morning. The matchup already has Campbell well down our DL rankings vs. his usual outlook.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that DE Calais Campbell has decided to sign a 4-year deal with the Jaguars. Wednesday night reports had Campbell likely to sign there, but the Broncos reportedly made a late push for the former Cardinal. Campbell reportedly chose Jacksonville's offer of about $2 million more per year and $6 million more in guaranteed money. (The fact that Florida residents pay no income tax likely factored in as well.) Campbell joins an ascending defense and what could be a stellar line. The Jaguars added DT Malik Jackson in free agency last year, got solid production from rookie DE Yannick Ngakoue and are still waiting on 2015 first-round DE Dante Fowler to reach his potential. Campbell's best IDP days might be behind him, but he should remain at least a solid D-line play in tackle-friendly fantasy football leagues. The Jacksonville team D carries interesting upside in early 2017 fantasy drafts.
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